National Jeweler Network



Tiffany hires former Saks executive

Tiffany & Co. announced that it has appointed Jennifer de Winter to the role of senior vice president, Northern America, effective March 1. 


JVC honors Signet executive

The Jewelers Vigilance Committee presented the 2015 Stanley Schechter Award to David Bouffard, the vice president of corporate affairs for Signet Jewelers Ltd.  


Target to close all stores in Canada

Target announced Thursday that it will discontinue the operations of the 133 stores it has opened in Canada and refocus on growing its U.S. business. 


Cartier, Van Cleef drive growth for Richemont

Sales growth in the U.S. outpaced that of other regions in the third quarter for Richemont, with jewelry and Net-a-Porter turning in the strongest performances.


Circa brings founder back as president

Circa, a New York-based buyer of fine jewelry and watches, has announced that founder Richard Tilles is returning to the company as the new president of its Core division.  


Tiffany uses same-sex couple in ad. Who'll follow?

Tiffany & Co. is set to debut its first advertisement featuring a gay couple this spring, part of the venerable 178-year-old retailer’s take on modern love.  


Tiffany reports ‘disappointing’ holiday sales

The popularity of its new “T” collection did not translate into strong sales across the board for Tiffany & Co., the retailer reported Monday.  


Zale Corp.’s sales top Sterling Jewelers

Stores under the Zale umbrella recorded better-than-expected holiday sales while comps at Kay Jewelers and Jared the Galleria of Jewelry fell short of expectations. 


Online holiday spending increases as expected

U.S. retail e-commerce spending from desktop computers in November and December increased 15 percent year-over-year, which is very close to the 14 percent sales growth comScore forecast.